What's the relationship between nature, time and life? Is Nature like a static ball in which Time is a marble rolling in circular defined motion and Life just happens (life is a random indeterminate factor). So how does history happen, by evaporating or being condensed in another form? If time travel is possible? It assumes that life is like a movie and once the scene is played (a day is lived), the script and motion picture is kept in permanence (condensed). Meaning yesterday or the past minute is not only unchangeable but can be retrieved from somewhere. Is all this possible?
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A nice way of scientifically grounding the procession of time is the law of cause and effect. Causes are causes, and effects are effects... mix that up and you get untenable paradoxes like the Grandfather Paradox.
Physically, my favorite example of the procession of time is the second law of thermodynamics, by which hot things get cooler and warm up their environment, and so nothing is truly reversible. That's cause-and-effect happening right now, and it can't be stopped.